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PETALING JAYA: It’s better to be safe than sorry. With that playing in the back of her mind, independent shuttler Soniia Cheah has decided to join a host of top players in pulling out from next month’s Indian Open due to Covid-19 concerns.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) owner Tunku Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim is eyeing a stake in English football giants Manchester United.
PETALING JAYA: It’s all about a balancing act for national artistic gymnast Farah Ann Abdul Hadi as she prepares to be an all-rounder ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games. Farah knows she is good in all apparatus except for the balance beam and she is learning new skills to be better at it.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Romain Grosjean said he was prepared to set aside fear and race at Indianapolis and other U.S. ovals if he moves to IndyCar after Formula One.
PETALING JAYA: Mohd Farid Badrul will get to defend his MSBK1000 title in the Malaysia Superbike Championship – thanks to the Horizon Racing Team.
PETALING JAYA: Camy Yu will not be short of motivation to reach the sky in her endeavours going by the ‘regal’ lineage of her parentage.
(Reuters) - Billy Vunipola says Saracens' relegation to the second-tier Championship could be a "massive plus" for their England internationals as they will not be subjected to high-intensity matches so often throughout the season.
MADRID (Reuters) - Whatever the pros and cons of the new-fangled Davis Cup Finals, the old competition's knack of inspiring players to upset the form book endures, as Vasek Pospisil showed on Thursday to fire Canada past Australia into the semi-finals.
FUKUROI CITY, Japan (Reuters) - Wallabies coach Michael Cheika, who has a poor record against England under Eddie Jones and an even poorer record in their off-field wrangles, lobbed the first jibe at his former club mate ahead of their expected World Cup quarter-final clash.
LONDON (Reuters) - Wimbledon had the feel of a small mid-western town sweeping up and fixing the shutters on Friday after tennis's own force of nature Nick Kyrgios had blown through, leaving a trail of admiration, amazement and some bemusement in his wake.